Atlanta Sex Offense Attorneys Protect Your Freedom and Reputation
Steadfast defense when you are accused in Georgia
Being accused of a sex crime can make an otherwise normal person look like a perverted monster. When you are the person accused, you very likely face anger and hostility from everyone involved in your case — families, the police, the prosecutor, even the judge trying the case — and may begin to believe that your situation is hopeless. At The Law Offices of Michael D. Harper, P.C., we understand that not every person who is accused of a crime is guilty, and we believe that you are entitled to top quality legal representation no matter what your situation may be. Our attorneys work tirelessly to produce the best possible results. Don’t let shame or public opinion stand in your way.
Dedicated Atlanta attorneys committed to your case
We have successfully represented clients charged with the following crimes:
- Rape and sexual assault
- Prostitution and solicitation
- Domestic violence
- Statutory rape
- Child molestation
- Date rape
- Indecent exposure and “sexting”
- Internet sex crimes
Sex crime cases can range from low-level misdemeanors to serious felonies. Regardless of the severity of the offense, being convicted of a sex crime can have a tremendous impact on your health and your life. You may be placed on probation or sent to jail, where fellow convicts often treat sex offenders harshly. Also, having to register as a sex offender can limit your job opportunities, destroy your social life and restrict where you can live. Our attorneys have the experience and skill to help you fight back against your accusers and prove your innocence in court.
Have you been wrongfully accused? Contact us today.
Good people can make mistakes, and the attorneys at The Law Offices of Michael D. Harper, P.C. know how difficult and embarrassing being charged with a sex crime can be. Contact our office in Atlanta, Georgia today to find an ally you can rely on. Call us at 404-857-0292 or feel free to contact us online to discuss your case.